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With or Without God

I finished reading Gretta Vosper’s With or Without God last week, and I can’t stop thinking about it.  If we admit that humankind is evolving just as everything else is, then we need to assess where we’re at (Vosper’s contention is the church) and make some changes, based on what we know to be true […]

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How To Be Alone

I’ve just finished The Evolution of God by Robert Wright, and my brain feels like a stuffed green pepper.  One of these days I’ll share, in a succinct and clear way, what I learned.  To compare, I’ve picked up Stephen Prothero’s God is Not One: The Eight Rival Religions That Run the World–and Why Their […]

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What I’ve Been Up To

See that swimmer in the above picture?  Yep.  Not me.  That’s what I’ll look like soon, though.  I’ve been practicing.  This past weekend, I took the most amazing two-day swim workshop sponsored by Total Immersion and the YWCA of Minneapolis.  Total Immersion’s claim is that they’ll teach you to be efficient in the water, so […]

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